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  • Family Christmas Tree

    This is a wall quilt I made for my mom for Christmas. I also sent out kits for all the kids and grand kids to make ornaments for the tree. As we added 4 new kids to the family this year, one born 3 adopted, I had the kids, or their parents write their name and birth dates on the back of the ornaments so Mom could keep up with them.
    Posted to Teresa J's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Teresa J Boyles on Mon, Feb 3 2014
  • Family Christmas Tree

    This is a wall quilt I made for my mom for Christmas. I also sent out kits for all the kids and grand kids to make ornaments for the tree. As we added 4 new kids to the family this year, one born 3 adopted, I had the kids, or their parents write their name and birth dates on the back of the ornaments so Mom could keep up with them.
    Posted to Teresa J's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Teresa J Boyles on Mon, Feb 3 2014
  • Rowan's Quilt

    A quilt I designed and made for my Grandson Rowan.I used the quilt cad program that came with my baby-lock long arm quilter to design the star pattern. I programed his name in the pattern as well.
    Posted to Teresa J's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Teresa J Boyles on Thu, Dec 6 2012
  • My QCA MQ4

    This is my first mystery quilt. Boy did it have me worried, but it all came together nicely. I am looking forward to the next one.
    Posted to Teresa J's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Teresa J Boyles on Fri, Sep 2 2011
  • My Sister's heart

    My sister had her first Mammogram, and there was cancer. She has had surgery and is doing well, lymph nodes were clean. While I couldn't do much else I quilted. I got a little help from a friend, one of us cut while the other sewed. I used the knowledge I got from Jenny Doan's Quilting quickly, and EQ7, and I machine quilted with a Babylock
    Posted to Teresa J's Gallery (MediaGallery) by Teresa J Boyles on Fri, Sep 2 2011
  • Re: grandson's quilt

    Thanks found it.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Teresa J Boyles on Fri, Sep 2 2011
  • Re: grandson's quilt

    So I went to the drawing board, actually I used scissors and paper. but I came up with a plan. It looks complicated but it really isn't. Once you get going it goes pretty easily, and there is almost no waste. I was going to post the directions with pictures, but I cannot figure out how to get it to work.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Teresa J Boyles on Fri, Sep 2 2011
  • Re: grandson's quilt

    Did you tag it somehow, There are a lot of quilts and near as I could tell there is no way to search by maker.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Teresa J Boyles on Fri, Sep 2 2011
  • Re: grandson's quilt

    You kinda have to make all the squares split for it to work out right. I had an idea in my head but I am not sure it will work in reality. we will see.
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Teresa J Boyles on Thu, Sep 1 2011
  • grandson's quilt

    I have this idea to build a quilt for my grandson. I am making it out of squares that are cut diagonally from the 1/3 mark to the 2/3 mark, then twisted to form a star. Now I know several ways to make half-square triangles work, but this is a bit different. I am also sure I did not invent this square, so I am hoping someone will know a quick way of
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Teresa J Boyles on Thu, Sep 1 2011
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